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Time for Transformative Change in Intercollegiate Athletics

Posted by admin on Dec 1st, 2011 and filed under Sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Well, I’ve spent the better part of the fall semester thinking and talking about change in intercollegiate athletics. I figured it was time to put my ideas and arguments down on paper and, as such, wrote a brief article, summing up my thoughts and, more importantly, making some recommendations.

The essay was just posted on Huffington Post here.

In sum, I argue that we need to address three key areas: 1) Academics & Integrity, 2) The Interests and Experiences of Student-athletes; and 3) Accountability.

Let me know what you think…and help me improve my proposals.

Resources: Sports Law Blog

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1 Response for “Time for Transformative Change in Intercollegiate Athletics”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Recommendations tie in nicely to the Knight Commissions recommendations; and provide more specific suggestions in a few areas as well.

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